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The Asheton Theater

Time to finally get a build thread online for my project so I can hopefully get some insight from others and show how far along I've come (and how much further I have to go!)

The Room:
The room is complicated; second story room with a VERY large window in the middle (approx. 8ft wide, 8ft tall) with an arch. The dimensions of the room are 12ft wide by 24ft long. The ceiling goes up 9ft on the sides then about 13ft

The Challenge: Blacking out the room

Few tidbits: I didn't go all out on this build with clips, multiple layers of drywall etc; I'll save that for a future house with a basement theater. We did insulate all the walls and floor however and used solid core doors which also helps.

The (current) Equipment list

Audio / Video Items:
Mains: M&K S-150THX
Center: M&K S-150THX
Sides: M&K SS-500THX (dipole)
Rears: M&K SS-150THX (tripole)
Subs: M&K MX-350THX (2)
Preamp: Integra DHC 9.9
Mains amp: Parasound HCA-2003 (all 3 channels)
Sides Amp: Parasound HCA-1000 (one per)
Rears Amp: Parasound HCA-1000
HTPC: OpenELEC
Server: Unraid (20tb)
Projector: Sony VPL-HW40ES
Projection Screen: 120" with 24" drop

Room Items:
Custom Velvet Blackout curtains from Halfprice: 2x 111"x124" for windows and 2x 109"x24" for space to right and left of window
Custom Powered curtain rod from powercurtain: CL-920 done at 124" with the center open option.
Projector Mount: Peerless PRGS-UNV-W, Peerless ACC570
Seats: Palliser Accelerator (powered) in brown leather (6)
Acoustical treatments (DIY) Diffusion front 6 panels, mix of diffusion and absorption on the rest.

The Future Items:
DIY Soundgroup 893's (to replace mains and center)
Paint
Columns

Room right now:


The Floorplan (not 100% to scale but close)



Table of Contents
and more...

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Initial Build out

The starting point:



While the house was being built out I went ahead and installed all the wiring for 7 main channels and three sub locations around the room. 20amp circuits were run for each sub location as well as two for the equipment closet.


On the left side of the room is the equipment closet with it's own air supply. The entire house is spray foam so the attic space gets used just like rooms. This area ended up in being floored out and turned into the central nervous system for the house (all AV, Ethernet, Coax etc terminate in the space to the right of the closet).


Shot of the room once the builders were done, and yes I know it has light colored walls... Wife wanted it painted the same as the house when it was built. We'll address that later! hah:

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Version 1.0

First build out was to just get the room operational... A/V equipment is all the same; but no chairs and no real curtains to speak of.

AV Closet


Custom Plates


Front of the Room
Had to find a projector screen with a large 24+ inch drop, speakers mounted using Omnimounts directly into 2x8's I installed between joists while the walls were open.


Rear of the Room
Drop of the projector mount is 4ft, speakers shown in this shot are slightly different than current. SS-150's are on sides and S-85's are on rear. Temporary el-cheapo recliners shown.
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Sketchup Design

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Theater Chairs Arrive

Theater Chairs Arrive

Here's where things start to get really interesting. Delivery of chairs was scheduled and arrived on time from 4seating, who was great to deal with. Ordered 5 Palliser Accelerators. Two double arms and 3 L arms for a rear row of three and a front row of two.

See if you can see what's wrong with the picture:



Cannot see it? Let me unpack the chairs for you:



The two double arm chairs were both crushed which busted the wood on the outside of the arms. 4seating was great, they had me document it via photos and get the serials for them. I filled out a claim form and a few hours later they sent me shipping information for the replacement chairs.

But the story doesn't end there! I emailed them to find out what they wanted me to do with the busted chairs... Their response: Sell them, fix them, keep them for parts! So... The DIYer in me kicked in and ripped the bottom of the chairs open; only one piece of wood was broken so I managed to get it pressed back out and reinforced it with 6inch metal strips. Now we have 7 chairs...
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Riser Build out

Riser Build out

Exterior Frame: 2x12
Interior Hanging 2x10
Electrical wiring and low voltage run interior
Filled with Pink Fluffy to the brim
Top is built the more old school way, 3 layers OSB with roofing felt between each layer
2 inch and 3 inch deck screws used

Can you say Low Rider? (The folks at Home Depot thought I was crazy putting that in an acura wagon)


Initial framing and holes for electrical being cut:


Electrical and low voltage going in:


Pink fluffy filling:


6 inch stair being added:


Moved chairs up on to the riser while we wait for Carpet:

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Riser Build out Part 2

Carpet finally showed up at our local place and the fun gets to begin... Big thanks to BIGmouthinDC (Jeff Parkinson) for his carpet guide for doing corners...Link I didn't let my wife up in the theater while the carpet was going on and she is elated at the finished product.

Matt installation


Getting electrical outlets installed and matt is finished


Good reason to buy a oversized air compressor? Oh yea, Carpet stapling time!


Looking almost done, electrical all run and carpeting installed. See if you can spot waldo...


Installation of LED lighting, uses a remote and has like 30+ colors and different dim levels.
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Curtains going up

Curtains are now going up

Items in this post:
Powercurtain Rod
Halfprice blackout drapes
24inch drop powered screen

I enlisted my wife to help me hang what I was building... for the most part I built a box for the curtain rod to attach into and then for the projection screen to hang out in front of. This will all be faced with reclaimed wood if I can find some...

Here's the progress:

Box built out and reinforced. Curtain rod was "ceiling mounted", picture doesn't show motor which connects on far right.


After mounting the curtain rod; moved on to the projection screen. Mounted it as far forward as I could so the screen will drop cleanly in front of the drapes.


First set of drapes going up


First set closed up and screen down


I had to get creative in the corners; ended up in cutting 1x8's down to 45 degrees and using Eye Hooks for the hooks from the curtains.


All the curtains are now up


Missing is a facade across the top; my wife wants to use some thin planks of reclaimed wood to go from corner to corner and all the way up into the ceiling. I am planning on using reclaimed wood to build out columns for the side speakers and lights in phase two.

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As of Feb 21st

So here's where I'm at Feb 21st...

Rear shot of the room from left side:


Shot from Rear showing walkway behind second row to our pool table room.


Equipment rack


View from the riser


View from the door coming off the main hallway.

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Next up items...

Wall treatments are next...

Working on selecting the fabric I want to use... Flash was on so these are brighter than they really are. Planning on covering a large portion of the walls with fabric; just need to figure out if i'm going to build out some diffusers in there vs sound absorption vs just some cotton fill for various sections. Needing to do more research on this phase.



Planning on building some sort of columns on the sides for at least the lights and replacing those builder's choice lights...

Looking for ideas on the facade up front above the screen if anyone has any; love to hear them!
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Looking for ideas on the facade up front above the screen if anyone has any; love to hear them!
Can you include a photo of the screen wall with the finished curtains & screen?

Looks like you're making great progress!
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Can you include a photo of the screen wall with the finished curtains & screen?

Looks like you're making great progress!
Is this the type of shot you were asking about?



Going to try and redo my sketchup diagram and get it online today of my latest ideas for that space and the side walls.... Feel like it's going to incorporate the fabric from two posts up and barn / reclaimed wood in some fashion.
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Looking good! Very nice use of the space.
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Looks great! When's the the GTG ?

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Looks great! When's the the GTG ?
Soon as i get that sony projector Wish I would have bought it in january when it was on sale... waiting on it to go back on sale now.

Hopefully by that time I'll have found some linacoustic or something similar here locally and some reclaimed / barn type wood (if you know of anyone, shoot me their contact info please).

Just sent Auburn008 a message about heading his way to help out; need to find out what his schedule with Jeff looks like so I can jet over there and see the progress and help.

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Looking good! We are going to be finished with our theaters before JPA and he started about a year before we did. haha

I sent you a PM. Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow.
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Is this the type of shot you were asking about?

Going to try and redo my sketchup diagram and get it online today of my latest ideas for that space and the side walls.... Feel like it's going to incorporate the fabric from two posts up and barn / reclaimed wood in some fashion.
Just brainstorming here, but have you considered a tray ceiling? From just the pictures, it almost feels like the ceiling is too high in proportion to the rest of the room and the tray ceiling could help to deemphasize that. You could start it at where the ceiling begins to angle. You could add crown molding to the tray / soffit and maybe even rope lighting. On the screen wall, you could do something fancy with the trim, like this.

Above the tray, you could go with a dark ceiling to make it disappear or even a night sky ceiling. This is an example from my old dedicated theater. There are also some good examples in this thread.

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Just brainstorming here, but have you considered a tray ceiling? From just the pictures, it almost feels like the ceiling is too high in proportion to the rest of the room and the tray ceiling could help to deemphasize that. You could start it at where the ceiling begins to angle. You could add crown molding to the tray / soffit and maybe even rope lighting. On the screen wall, you could do something fancy with the trim, like this.

Above the tray, you could go with a dark ceiling to make it disappear or even a night sky ceiling. This is an example from my old dedicated theater. There are also some good examples in this thread.

I'd just paint the entire room flat black, put black carpeting down, and the entire room would disappear without touching the ceiling ( other than with a paint roller ).
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Looking almost done, electrical all run and carpeting installed. See if you can spot waldo...

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Really coming together. I like it!

which stair lights did you go with?
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Hah, haven't met my wife; that much is for certain! About to get the panels up; went in with Auburn008 on a purchase of insulation a month or so ago... sadly he's passed me by on completion!

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Really coming together. I like it!

which stair lights did you go with?
Sylvania brand from Lowes... has a remote and does about 20 something colors at varying brightnesses. Luckily it always goes back to the same settings that it had when last powered; so remote powering the unit works well.
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Forgive me if I didn't catch it skimming through but what kind of shelves are you using for AV rack?
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It was a modular system that I purchased back in the 90's at our local high end av store in atlanta at the time (laserdisc enterprise), long since gone by these days. Company by the name of Premier. Really slick stuff as it had different height shelves that you would buy and then bolt together.
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Fun with Wood Part 1

Ok, so been a little while... Finally got the time to work on the area above the screen and I think it turned out pretty slick... The pictures don't do it justice but give you an idea at least.

Since there was a 8 and 3/4 inch deep area that needed a facade, I decided to build out the wall by framing it into the studs behind the drywall as shown here:



There was one more row of framing built out above the box created for the screen / curtains and then filled with unfaced insulation:



I then proceeded to cut 3/8" OSB and hang it as a backer board for the wood project (used liquid nails and deck screws to secure) :


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Fun with Wood Part 2

After getting the OSB connected I got to staining my wood...

Ended up in using cedar tongue and groove planks and topped them each with varying layers of some quick dry Rustoleum stain I found at Lowes (dried for second coat in an hour):



Ended up in putting a layer of roofing felt behind all of the cedar as it went up (there was another piece at the top in the end):



Here's a shot of it after I took down the plastic and before I dropped the screen:



One last shot with the screen down:



In about two weeks I should have the fabric for my sound panels and will get working on those... Depending on how much darker the room needs to get; I'll be painting the ceiling some sort of charcoal color to match one of the stain colors...

So; I'll be back in a few weeks with another update.... After that the plans are to get some 1099's if they go back on preorder to replace the M&K main speakers and then the next purchase is a B-stock JVC projector from AVS...
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Looks great - love how you built the curtain box. What type of curtains are you using? What type of screen?
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Looks great - love how you built the curtain box. What type of curtains are you using? What type of screen?
Custom Velvet Blackout curtains from Halfprice: 2x 111"x124" for windows and 2x 109"x24" for space to right and left of window
Custom Powered curtain rod from powercurtain: CL-920 done at 124" with the center open option.

Screen was tricky; I needed a 24 inch drop so in my price range of under 1000$ for the screen I was limited to the elite screens brand... luckily I ended up with one that lays straight with no waves... Honestly I don't really have it go up and down so I probably COULD have done a fixed frame; maybe some day i'll swap it out and go a little bigger and slam the speakers off to the sides as we don't have enough depth to do speakers behind the screen.
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Fabric and FSK tape is inbound for delivery so I had a reason to finally buy a table saw since I need to build the frames... Should have bought one a while ago!

My thought process for building the sound panels is based over reading 100's of posts here at AVS as well as other places. Frames are going to be 1x3's ripped down to 2" and then cut to 24" and 49.5", joined together with liquid nails and 2" deck screws at each joint. Some panels will have OC703, some OC705. Some will have FSK tape, some will have scrim. I'll be covering the entire thing with some 3' wide landscaping fabric to mute out the yellow. I'll then cover the front / sides with the graphite colored acoustic fabric I have coming in. I've got Z-clips coming in that'll I'll use for mounting to the walls.

With that said, here's where the work began yesterday:



Setup my saw / horses to start the ripping and went to town ripping 46 1x3 boards:



The end result is a ton of boards that I get to start working with today... Woohoo.

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